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Please note: this meeting's minutes have not been finalized yet. Actions taken on legislation and their results are not available.
Meeting Name: City Commission Agenda status: Final-revised
Meeting date/time: 5/26/2022 7:00 PM Minutes status: Draft  
Meeting location: Coconut Creek Government Center
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Accessible Agenda Accessible Agenda Published minutes: Minutes 2022-0526R Minutes 2022-0526R  
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22-127 1.Presentation from the BCPA Marty KiarPresentationA PRESENTATION FROM BROWARD COUNTY PROPERTY APPRAISER MARTY KIAR.   Not available Audio Audio
22-130 2.Monarch High School Tennis RecognitionPresentationA PRESENTATION RECOGNIZING MONARCH HIGH SCHOOL BOYS TENNIS TEAM PLAYERS COREY CRAIG AND TAI LE FOR THEIR OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENTS IN TENNIS DURING THE 2022 SEASON.   Not available Audio Audio
22-131 3.Monarch High School Principal Jim Neer RecognitionPresentationA PRESENTATION RECOGNIZING MONARCH HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL JIM NEER FOR HIS YEARS OF SERVICE.   Not available Audio Audio
22-107 4.National Gun Violence Awareness DayProclamationA PROCLAMATION RECOGNIZING JUNE 3, 2022, AS “NATIONAL GUN VIOLENCE AWARENESS DAY.”   Not available Audio Audio
22-118 5.MinutesMinutesA MOTION APPROVING THE MINUTES FROM PREVIOUS CITY COMMISSION MEETING(S). (2022-0428WS AND 2022-0428R)   Not available Not available
RES 2022-128 6.Walgreens Opioid Settlement AgreementResolutionA RESOLUTION APPROVING THE SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT AND RELEASE REGARDING DISTRIBUTION OF CERTAIN SETTLEMENT FUNDS FROM WALGREENS BOOTS ALLIANCE, INC. AND WALGREENS CO. AS PART OF THE FLORIDA ATTORNEY GENERAL ACTION REGARDING THE OPIOID LITIGATION; AND AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE ALL NECESSARY AGREEMENTS.   Not available Not available
RES 2022-126 7.Tradewinds Elementary Parking AgrmtResolutionA RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR AND THE CITY MANAGER, OR DESIGNEE, TO EXECUTE A PARKING LICENSE AGREEMENT WITH THE SCHOOL BOARD OF BROWARD COUNTY IN ORDER TO PROVIDE FOR A NONEXCLUSIVE LICENSE FOR THE PARTIES TO UTILIZE EACH OTHER’S PARKING LOTS GENERALLY LOCATED AT 5460-5480 JOHNSON ROAD AND 5400 JOHNSON ROAD.   Not available Not available
RES 2022-097 8.Criminal Justice Info Exchange (CJIS) with Coral Springs PDResolutionA RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER, OR DESIGNEE, TO EXECUTE THE INTERAGENCY AGREEMENT WITH THE CITY OF CORAL SPRINGS POLICE DEPARTMENT FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFORMATION (CJIS) EXCHANGE AND USE.   Not available Audio Audio
RES 2022-129 9.City Hall Lobby and Facilities RenovationResolutionA RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER, OR DESIGNEE, TO EXECUTE AN AGREEMENT WITH BIG DOG CONSTRUCTION SERVICES, INC. FOR THE CITY HALL LOBBY AND FACILITY RENOVATIONS PROJECT PURSUANT TO BID NO. 03-23-22-3 IN THE AMOUNT OF $827,480.36. (WITHDRAWN AT THE REQUEST OF THE VENDOR)   Not available Audio Audio
RES 2022-125 10.CSI PhII Construction Agreement - Weekley Asphalt Paving, IncResolutionA RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE AN AGREEMENT WITH WEEKLEY ASPHALT PAVING, INC., THE LOWEST BIDDER, FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE COMPREHENSIVE STREET IMPROVEMENT PROJECT (PHASE II), SURTAX PROJECT NUMBER BC-CCREEK-FY2020-00001 PURSUANT TO BID NO. 04-05-22-11.   Not available Audio Audio
ORD 2022-008 11.Ch 14-26-40 Code Amendment - Noise LimitationsOrdinanceAN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE CITY’S CODE OF ORDINANCES, BY AMENDING CHAPTER 14, “OFFENSES,” ARTICLE II, “NOISE,” BY REPEALING SECTIONS 14-26 THROUGH 14-40 IN THEIR ENTIRETY AND ENACTING SECTIONS 14-26 THROUGH 14-35 TO SERVE AS THE CITY’S UPDATED NOISE REGULATIONS THAT ESTABLISH REASONABLE SOUND TOLERANCE STANDARDS THROUGHOUT THE CITY. (SECOND READING)(PUBLIC HEARING)   Not available Audio Audio
ORD 2022-006 12.Ch 18 Home based businessesOrdinanceAN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE CITY’S CODE OF ORDINANCES, BY AMENDING CHAPTER 18, “TAXATION,” ARTICLE I, “IN GENERAL,” SECTION 18-1, “DEFINITIONS,” AND ARTICLE II, “BUSINESS TAX RECEIPTS,” SECTION 18-36, “HOME BASED BUSINESSES,” IN ORDER TO UPDATE DEFINITIONS AND REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO COTTAGE FOOD OPERATIONS AND HOME BASED BUSINESSES CONSISTENT WITH STATE LAW. (SECOND READING)(PUBLIC HEARING)   Not available Audio Audio
ORD 2022-005 13.Chapter 2, Emergency Declarations, AmendmentOrdinanceAN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE CITY’S CODE OF ORDINANCES, BY AMENDING CHAPTER 2, “ADMINISTRATION,” ARTICLE II, “CITY COMMISSION,” SECTION 2-25, “DECLARATION OF CITY-WIDE STATE OF EMERGENCY,” TO PROVIDE A DEFINITION OF PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY, UPDATE NOTICE REQUIREMENTS, CLARIFY AUTHORITY CONSISTENT WITH PRACTICES AND EMERGENCY NEEDS, AND REVISE THE PERMITTED DURATION OF CERTAIN EMERGENCY MEASURES, WHICH LIMIT THE RIGHTS OR LIBERTIES OF INDIVIDUALS OR BUSINESSES WITHIN THE CITY TO SEVEN (7) DAY PERIODS WITH RENEWALS NOT TO EXCEED FORTY-TWO (42) DAYS PURSUANT TO STATE LAW. (SECOND READING)(PUBLIC HEARING)   Not available Audio Audio